They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!



July 28th, 2020


Rest in peace, Mr. Morricone.

Check out Duncan McLeish's tribute to Morricone here

--Titles from "A Fistful of Dollars" (1964)
--Watch Chimes from "For a Few Dollars More" (1965)
--The Good, the Bad and the Ugly from "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" (1966)
--Farewell To Cheyenne from "Once Upon a Time in the West" (1968)
--A Fistful of Dynamite from "A Fistful of Dynamite" (1971)
--The Cruel from "The Hellbenders" (1967)
--An Indian Story (Healing The Wound) from "Navajo Joe" (1966)
--Guitar Nocturne from "Death Rides a Horse" (1967)
--The Penguin from "Companeros" (1970)
--Main Title from "Two Mules for Sister Sara" (1970)
--The Chase from "A Fistful of Dollars" (1964)
--Jokes on the Side from "A Fistful of Dynamite" (1971)
--Main Title from "My Name is Nobody" (1973)
--Vivacious Bamba (Titles) from "The Mercenary" (1968)
--A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof (Titles) from "A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof" (1968)
--Main Titles (The Hunt) from "The Big Gundown" (1966)
--A Silhouette of Doom from "Navajo Joe" (1966)
--Face to Face (Titles) from "Face to Face" (1967)
--The Bullfight from "The Big Gundown" (1966)
--Counter-Revolution from "A Fistful of Dynamite" (1971)
--Final Duel from "Once Upon a Time in the West" (1968)
--The Arena from "The Mercenary" (1968)
--Mystic and Severe from "Death Rides a Horse" (1967)
--Chased! from "A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof" (1968)
--The Ecstacy of Gold from "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" (1966)
--Passages in Time from "The Great Silence" (1968)
--Before the Assault from "The Hellbenders" (1967)
--The Last Trupet from "Buddy Goes West" (1981)
--Death Rides a Horse from "Death Rides a Horse" (1967)
--Navajo Joe (Main Title) from "Navajo Joe" (1966)
--Let's Go and Kill, Companions (Titles) from "Companeros" (1970)
--The Great Silence (Restless) from "The Great Silence" (1968)
--The Trio from "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" (1966)
--Finale from "Once Upon a Time in the West" (1968)

Opening and closing music: End Title from "Horror Express" by John Cacavas & In Un Altro Bar from "Revolver" by Ennio Morricone.

TMBDOS! Episode 210: “Freaks” (1932).

July 19th, 2020


Lee and Daniel let their freaks off the leash this week as they cover Tod Browning's "Freaks" from 1932. Some of the topics brought up: is the film a horror film?; does it exploit the actual freaks who performed in the film?; who are the real freaks?; the background of some of the performers; early anti-eugenic stances just before the Nazis came to power in Germany; how this film ruined Tod Browning's career; and if a remake would be possible. Also, Lee uses the soundboard software he bought and plays a live .mp3 listener comment. The hosts respond to other listener comments and talk about what they have watched as of late. Get your freak on!

If you would like to submit an audio message, send your .mp3 here:

"Freaks" IMDB 

Featured Music: "Pinhead" by The Ramones; "Circus" & "Lucky Day (Overture)" by Tom Waits.

TMBDOS! Episode 209: “The Black Camel” & “The Front Page” (1931).

July 13th, 2020


Lee and Daniel have made their way back to the 1930s this week. This time out they look at two films from 1931; one of which holds up really well and another that doesn't at all. Between the witty and energetic script and camera moves of "The Front Page" and the slow, plodding mystery of "The Black Camel", they'll let you guess which is which. Things talked about: RIP Ennio Morricone; how Charlie Chan was considered progressive on Asian stereotypes in its day; yellow face; the real man behind Charlie Chan; a bit of the history of Hawaii; Lucy Liu; fancy camera moves in 1931; a mother-fucker with a banjo; taking shits and having drinks in a movie; listener comments and what the hosts have watched as of late.

"The Black Camel" IMDB 

"The Front Page" IMDB 

Featured Music: "Uheuhene" by Sol Hoopii; "Na Lei O Hawaii" by Alfred Apaka; and "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" by Joan Edwards.

TMBDOS! Episode 208: “Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai” (1999).

July 6th, 2020


Lee and Daniel are back this week to walk the path to enlightenment and talk about Jim Jarmusch's "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai" (1999). Much talk of bullshit codes of honour is had. Also covered: communication without having a common language; sad gangsters watching cartoons; Lee's theory about a slightly hidden subplot in the film; and why are so many homeless people living on the top of buildings in this film? Listener comments are also read. Now, sit back, un-screw that drain-pipe, and take aim.

"Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai" IMDB

Featured Music: "Samurai Theme" by The RZA & "Armagideon Time" by Willie Williams.

Blood on the Tracks Episode 36: Pasta Cowboy Music Part 2 - In the Shadow of Morricone.

July 1st, 2020


Lee is back with some lesser known misfits, outright strangers - and, of course, a few well-known - selections from Cowboy Pasta scores that are not from Ennio Morricone. Lee also reads some comments from someone whose work has been featured on a past episode of BotT! There's probably too much talking on this one. Sorry about that.

--Djurado Seq. 9 from "Djurado" (1966) --Gianni Ferrio
--Seq. 2 from "Colt in the Hand of the Devil" (1967) --Gian Piero Reverberi
--Sandstorm from "Requiem for a Gringo" (1968) --Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
--Crying from "A Hole In The Forehead" (1968) --Roberto Pregadio & Walter Rizzati
--Seven Men from "Seven Winchesters for a Massacre" (1967) --Francesco de Masi
--Main Titles from "A Stranger in Paso Bravo" (1968) --Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
--Titles (Alternate Version) from "If You Meet Sartana Pray For Your Death" (1968) --Piero Piccioni
--Travel from "A Train for Durango" (1968) --Carlo Rustichelli
--Main Titles from "The Night of the Serpent" (1969) --Riz Ortolani
--Heads or Tails from "Heads or Tails" (1969) --Carlo Savina
--Main Titles from "Sabata" (1969) --Marcello Giombini
--Seq. 7 from "Have a Good Funeral, My Friend ... Sartana Will Pay" (1970) --Bruno Nicolai
--Blindman's Arrival from "Blindman" (1971) --Stelvio Cipriani
--Main Titles from "Bullet for a Stranger" (1971) --Bruno Nicolai
--Main Titles from "Black Killer" (1971) --Daniele Patucchi
--My Name & The Departure from "Shanghai Joe" (1973) --Bruno Nicolai

Opening and closing music: End Title from "Horror Express" by John Cacavas & In Un Altro Bar from "Revolver" by Ennio Morricone.

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